So by now, you should have a pretty good understanding of how well WordPress and SEO work with each other. In our last post, we talked about plugins you could take advantage of.
Maximizing Your SEO With WordPress pt. 3: Advanced SEO
It can come as a great shock to many that some of the top websites in the world are using WordPress to manage their content. This platform is often overlooked by beginners who are searching for a “professional” content hosting platform.
If you’re new to the world of WordPress and/or eCommerce and have been doing some research, then you’ve probably come across the word WooCommerce. But what does that word mean?
Alright, so you’ve checked out the Free WordPress Themes and are looking for something with a little more ‘pop’ to it, right? Maybe something that’s a bit more unique compared to what’s offered with the freebies?
It’s important to take the time to make sure you are doing everything you can to ensure your website is SEO friendly. While WordPress comes with some great built-in SEO tools, adding third-party plugins is a great way to take your WordPress-powered site to the next level.
WordPress is everyone’s favorite CMS platform – the answer is simple, thousands of free WordPress themes to choose from. In fact, 34% of the top 100,000 websites on the internet are running WordPress — if it’s a unique theme your looking for, it’s likely WordPress has it covered.
WordPress is amazing — you’re going to read that time and time again because it is 100% true. But just because the software is amazing doesn’t necessarily WordPress Security shouldn’t be attended to.
WordPress is the most popular CMS out there, and arguably one of the most popular pieces of web-based software in the world so it’s no surprise it’s SEO features are above par.
So you’ve got a fresh WordPress install up and running and now you’re ready to personalize your new website or blog in a way that fits properly with your company’s brand and image, right?
Creating a WordPress blog is one of the best options for getting your feet wet in the blogging world. The WordPress platform makes it super simple to start blogging.